5 Easy Bee-Themed Wreath Ideas to Try This Spring

As the weather warms up and spring officially makes its way in, these bee-themed wreath ideas will help you “bee” ready to welcome the season in style. All of these ideas are simple do-it-yourself options that will help you design on a dime.

5 Easy DIY Bee-Themed Wreath Ideas to Try This Spring

Most of the supplies you may need for the ideas below can be found at your local Dollar Store, craft store, or conveniently on Amazon. If you just so happen to hoard extra craft supplies like I do (no judgment zone here), then you may already have most of what you need on hand. 

Bee-utiful Clothespin Bee Wreath (Dollar Tree)

I don’t know about you, but when I see the Dollar Tree stocking their shelves with spring-related items, I always check the crafts and gardening sections. You’ll be surprised by what you can find, especially if you’re looking for unique items to do a few craft projects. On their blog, they shared a super cute bee wreath made of nautical rope, clothespins, and a whimsical bee garden decor piece.

Most of the items you need will come from the Dollar Tree and the others you’ll most likely already have on hand (hot glue gun, glue sticks, scissors, etc.). This project doesn’t take very many supplies and can be done in as little as 30 minutes!

Spring or Summer Bumble Bee Wreath (Carolina Pottery)

This bumble bee wreath is made from mesh, which can make for some pretty big and bold wreath styles. In addition to the mesh, this particular wreath style adds burlap, greenery, petunia bushes, and a variety of ribbons.

There’s a nice video tutorial available to walk you through creating one for your own front door. Keep in mind that you can always add to or take away depending on your style preference.

DIY Bee Wreath and Skep (Debbees Buzz)

This is another mesh-style wreath that is very charming. It’s packed with lots of black and yellow, butterfly-themed ribbon, bee embellishments, and more. It can come out to be a pretty huge wreath, almost covering the entire width of a door, so don’t hesitate to scale it down.

The additional skep, which is added to the center of the wreath, is something you can make multiple of and use to decorate more than just the wreath. It’s made from styrofoam, twisted twine rope (or nautical rope from the Dollar Tree), and scrap felt. These are super easy to make!

Bee Happy Bumble Bee Wreath (Confessions of an Overworked Mom)

If you’re looking to design a cute bee wreath on a budget, this one’s for you. It uses all Dollar Tree supplies and comes together to create a finished wreath that looks like you purchased it from Hobby Lobby. 

A bicycle wheel (wreath form), decorative nautical rope, ribbon, a wood plaque, decorative sticker letters, and a few other things are all you need to make this cute spring (and summer) wreath. The step-by-step tutorial is easy to understand and will have you ready to hang up and show off your wreath in no time.

Happy Earth Day Bee Wreath (Home is Where the Boat Is)

Grab a grapevine wreath, forsythia wreath, black and white check ribbon, polka dot yellow ribbon, bee-themed ribbon, honey dippers, and metal bee embellishments to create your own happy earth day bee wreath. 

What’s so unique about this wreath is the variety of things used to create it. It’s also one that you can get even more creative with by adding your own extra touch. You can add extra ribbon throughout, more (or less) bees, or create an extra skep from one of the tutorials above. The possibilities are endless with a wreath like this.

Final Thoughts

As spring and summer approach, consider one (or more) of these bee-themed wreath ideas to help add some seasonal decor to your home. Whether you choose to decorate your front door, back door, or a spot on the wall in your home, these wreath ideas can fit just about any style. 

Looking for more seasonal decor ideas? Try some of these suggestions:

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